Software provider partners with Dell EMC OEM to quickly build and deliver an integrated next-generation sequencing analysis solution, reducing genomic analysis from days to hours, and accelerating time-to-market.
A manufacturer of healthcare solutions in Japan is helping clinics in the diagnosis and treatment of breast cancer with a Dell Precision workstation solution that helps clinicians quickly analyze 3D mammograms.
A major university launched the world’s first data-driven HPC platform to extend the horizons of academic research into big-data analytics, using Dell EMC PowerEdge servers and DSSD D5 rack-scale flash systems, powered by Intel® Xeon® processors.
Solution provider cuts networking costs by 50 percent, gains agility and flexibility, and helps a customer cut development time by 75 percent and boost scalability using a software-defined solution powered by Dell EMC.
The Dell EMC Marketing Analytics team quickly and easily analyzes customer touchpoint data, reduces time-to-insight from several days to less than two hours, and helps sales teams better target customers with a big data solution.
A rapidly growing K–12 district simplifies growth and increases engagement by giving students and staff faster, more reliable access to digital tools with Dell client and Dell EMC networking solutions that cut costs and improve control and flexibility.
A leading provider of professional services, including call centers, gives personnel better support and a working environment to boost their productivity by standardizing on Dell OptiPlex desktops, which in turn have cut power usage by 30 percent.
One of the world’s leading genome sequencing institutes scales its HPC environment to continue support leading research and product development with a Dell modular architecture that reduces the total cost of ownership by 20 percent.